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spyderfury53 Friday, August 15th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
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6 months
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Review: The Siege Paintball is a pretty good place!

I like the indoor hyper-ball coarse. It has sewer piping standing and lying down in the upstairs of a barn. A little slippery and dirty, but it gets the job done.

The down stairs streets coarse is okay. It's kind of dark, but it's fun because it's surprising when you see someone pop out from behind a corner or from a wooden car.

They also have four outdoor courses. The tires speed-ball coarse is a lot of fun. It has a bunch of those big tractor tires all over the place

The the really big coarse. There are hay bails and pallet bunkers over about one acre. It's pretty fun, but it's hard to hind behind stuff when your in close range shooting.

Then there is the spool coarse. There are a bunch of those big electrical line spools. Then there is three foot grass everywhere so you can crawl through it.

Finally, the woods ball coarse. It's really fun because it is a lot of stealth maneuvering through the trees. People pop out without knowing that you are there and you get to shoot them without them knowing it!

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